Claromentis is hiring a

PHP developer

As an intranet software vendor, our customers range from the largest global brands such as Virgin Care and Golden State Warriors, to ambitious SMEs, charities, financial organisations, and educational institutions. We provide beautifully designed customisable digital workspaces that are accessible to companies of all sizes, locations, and industries, constantly growing and changing to meet our customers' evolving business needs.

We're looking for a passionate PHP developer to join our motivated core development team. Working closely with, and being mentored by, experienced senior developers you'll work on improving and maintaining digital workspace software used every day by hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

The foundation of Claromentis is our staff. We believe that supporting what is unique about individuals and drawing on their different perspectives and experiences defines the way we run our business, our company culture, and our staff wellbeing. We constantly strive to create a productive environment, representative of and responsive to different cultures and groups, where everyone has an equal chance to succeed.

Our core focus is on nurturing talent and helping people to develop professionally and personally, irrespective of gender, trans-gender status, marital status, civil partnership status, pregnancy, race, disability, age, political or religious belief, or sexuality.

Benefits

20 days holiday, increasing by 2 additional days for each year of service up to a maximum of 30 days per annum (plus bank holidays)

Flexible hours and remote working policy

A generous £1,000 annual training budget which rises to £1,500 after your first year

Discretionary Christmas bonus

Private healthcare - after your first year

Profit-share scheme - after 2 years

50% Company Contribution to a MoveGB Gym Membership (UK only)

Working in a friendly, agile team environment

Various company outings, team & social events, including your welcome drinks (when COVID allows it again)